Brain and Cognition

Harmine stimulates proliferation of human neural progenitors
9 citations · 302,486 views · 1,996 downloads
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR): a flow-like mental state
16 citations · 65,323 views · 14,072 downloads
Impaired emotion recognition is linked to alexithymia in heroin addicts
4 citations · 41,296 views · 599 downloads
Happy software developers solve problems better: psychological measurements in empirical software engineering
36 citations · 29,588 views · 1,990 downloads
Perceptual elements in Penn & Teller’s “Cups and Balls” magic trick
9 citations · 28,426 views · 2,509 downloads
Validation of the Emotiv EPOC® EEG gaming system for measuring research quality auditory ERPs
106 citations · 26,602 views · 4,249 downloads
On the reproducibility of science: unique identification of research resources in the biomedical literature
102 citations · 21,792 views · 2,394 downloads
You can’t teach speed: sprinters falsify the deliberate practice model of expertise
9 citations · 21,987 views · 1,650 downloads
A prospective study of the motivational and health dynamics of Internet Gaming Disorder
3 citations · 18,651 views · 840 downloads
The relationship between resilience and personality traits in doctors: implications for enhancing well being
36 citations · 14,484 views · 4,688 downloads

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@PALE_Primate You can't teach speed.

@HirstRj er, "Yes" ...Validation of the Emotiv EPOC® EEG gaming system for measuring research quality auditory ERPs

Thrilled our large-scale #Preregistered, #Representative, & #Longitudinal #GamingAddiction Study is out @thePeerJ!

@thosjleeper @joshdeleeuw also see Carp (2012) and Vasilevsky et al. (2013)

It's a fact: Happy software developers solve problems better #happydevs

450 days ago
Harmine stimulates proliferation of hNPC via @thePeerJ

477 days ago
#ASMR for #sleep, #relaxation, #mentalhealth, #tingles via @thePeerJ

Inverse: "Internet Gamers Shouldn't Be Diagnosed With Mental Disorder, Study Shows"

ASMR University - Blog post Part 1

Practice Does Not Make Perfect

ITWorld: Study proves that happy programmers are better programmers

Many Papers Lack Detailed Methods

Magic Meets Neuroscience in ‘Cup and Balls’ Experiment